FreeSWITCH is an open source carrier-grade telephony platform designed to facilitate the creation of voice, chat, and video applications, via phones and web browsers. It is scalable, carrier-ready, and easy-to-program for converged communication and VoIP. The technology serves SIP, WebRTC, PSTN, FAX, PBX, VERTO, and all the relevant channels essential to stay connected in today's world.
In the FreeSWITCH 1.6 Cookbook, members of the FreeSWITCH development team share some of their hard-earned knowledge with you. Use this knowledge to improve and expand your FreeSWITCH installations.
Michael Collins is the chief scientist for RedJack, LLC., a NetworkSecurity and Data Analysis company located in the WashingtonD.C. area. Prior to his work at RedJack, Dr. Collins was a member ofthe technical staff at the CERT/Network Situational Awareness group at Carnegie Mellon University. His primary focus is on networkinstrumentation and traffic analysis, in particular on the analysis oflarge traffic datasets.Dr. Collins graduated with a PhD in Electrical Engineering fromCarnegie Mellon University in 2008, he holds Master's and Bachelor'sDegrees from the same institution.
So I thought I'm buying fresh, updated, *complete* FreeSwitch cookbook, but what I've got is very scattered and non comprehensive: quote: "A detailed discussion of dialplan processing can be found in Packt Publishing's FreeSWITCH 1.2 book."
Yes, I do understand the difference between manual and quick reference - too bad the product's description page won't say "This book requires buying FreeSWITCH 1.2 book to have complete set"
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend